A method to improve the quality of soliton-effect compression of picosecond pulse in loss fibers
ZHAO Chun-mei, YANG Xing-yu (Department of Physics, College of Science and Technology, Inner Mongolia University, Hohhot020021, China)
The effect of initial chirp on the quality of the soliton-effect picosecond pulse compression in loss and no-loss fibers is studied by simulating the process of compression in conventional fibers. It is found that the initial chirp can counteract the negative effect of fiber loss on the compression quality, and the chirped pulse can be better compressed. Furthermore, if the chirp value is proper, the effect of fiber loss can be counteracted completely, and the transmission of picosecond pulse is just as the one in no-loss fibers.
【CateGory Index】： TN25